Our mission is to develop Christian service-oriented professionals known for integrity and scholarship in the fields of Business, Education, and Public Health, within an international context.
The Master of Arts in Education program (MAED) is a two-year graduate program that reinforces the students’ understanding of educational theories, concepts, curriculum, and instructional techniques in order to further advance in their professional careers.
The PhD is an academic, research degree designed especially for Christian educational administrators, teacher educators, and faculty members serving at the tertiary level.
The Graduate Certificate in Education is a non-degree program designed to enhance the professional development of educators and those who do not enter or complete the MA program.
The MBA program is a 44 semester hour program designed for individuals to develop professional competence, leadership potential, decision-making abilities, and interpersonal skills to serve commercial, governmental, faith-based, and social organizations in various managerial capacities.
The MSA program is designed for administrators, directors, and managers who may not have an undergraduate business background but desire graduate education to assist them in transitioning into management positions in their field.
The PhD in Business is a 66-credit doctoral program designed for high-caliber and self-motivated students who wish to acquire top research, leadership, and analytical skills in business. It is primarily designed for students seeking jobs in academia but it is also for professionals and consultants seeking to serve multinational companies, government agencies, financial institutions, consulting firms, and international agencies.
The MPH is a professional and academic degree designed especially for clinicians and non-clinicians. The program emphasizes the use of scientific and biblical evidence in health programming.
The Graduate Certificate in Public Health is a non-degree program designed to expand the knowledge and broaden the capacity of individuals, including health educators and advocates to deliver evidence-based health programs.
Dean, Graduate School
Secretary to the Dean
Secretary for Education Department
Secretary for Business and Public Health Department